Starring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Stephen Marchant, Richard E. Grant, Boyd Holbrook, Dafne KeenPlot: A lot has changed for Logan over the years, but he still remains the best at what he does.Review: I saw this movie on first viewing capable Friday. It's not Monday and I'm writing the review. That's how long it took me to get a full handle on the movie. I had to read other reviews, see what everyone else thought, think a lot about everything that has happened over the years and, ultimately, see how this movie stacks up against my favourite anti-hero/super hero in the grand scheme of things.I always wanted it known that I didn't think Hugh Jackman was the right person to play Wolverine, he's over six feet tall, while Wolverine is a short, stocky Canadian at around 5'5. I always said I think Scott Caan would have been a great choice, he has good beard hair for the sideburns, small, built and can probably be a badass. While I stand by that choice, I have come to love Jackman as Logan. He genuinely likes the character, cares about the movies (he took a pay cut to ensure this got an R rating) and always gives a great performance.This movie... is not for the feint of heart. It's not a classic super hero movie, it's not about the good guys winning in the end, it's not even about the x-men. It's a character study of a broken old man trying to do what he can to survive while being an antique from a bygone era. It hits harder than most movies I've seen over the past little while, emotionally and physically. There's a lot of blood sweat and tears throughout the entirety of the movie and Jackman does no disappoint in any way, shape or form.The movie is set in 2029 and the mutants have almost all been scattered to the wind. Logan is now officially James Howlett in the movie, a chauffeur who is trying make ends meet, until he meets a little girl by the name of Laura. Logan then finds himself back in the habit of saving and ending lives.I won't go more into this movie as I wanted literally every person I know who likes super hero movies to see it, it's 100% worth the viewing and I will see it at least one more time before it's out of its first run in the theatre.It's filmed very well, the main characters a dark centre on a very bright backdrop. Such contrast from the prior films in that it's not attempting to be witty or charming. It's showing people how shitty it must be to exist in a world where you think you have nothing left and you quickly find out how wrong you can be.The biggest thing I have with this movie is very similar to the tune I have with Deadpool. It is absolutely, positively not a children's movie. It is a VERY hard R rated movie and, unlike Deadpool, has very little comedy in it at all. It's a serious movie that has a whole bunch of swearing and violence. Lots of people die in it and I truly recommend that you do not take children to see this movie. Again, please don't bring children to see this movie, you will end up leaving early and waste your money.That being said, pay for a babysitter and go see this movie. Please let everyone know that R rated movies and certainly R rated super hero movies are worth their time and money.